Lew Rockwell Blog
Jan 20, 2013
Joseph Stiglitz, yet another Nobel Prize winner in economics who has forsaken economic analysis,¬†writes in the (What else?) New York Times that our¬†real problem is “inequality,” and if there were no inequality, we would be in a robust recovery.
Thus, I have an idea: Since Stiglitz probably makes more than a million dollars a year, why not tax him (and Paul Krugman, who also makes millions a year) at 100 percent?
That will lessen inequality a bit and also would allow Krugman and Stiglitz to live the examples they demand for others.
This article was posted: Sunday, January 20, 2013 at 6:24 am